Indepth Car Review: Peugeot 3008 GT-Line FULL REVIEW 165hp petrol test 2018 – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Peugeot 3008 GT-Line FULL REVIEW 165hp petrol test 2018 – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Peugeot 3008 GT-Line FULL REVIEW 165hp petrol test 2018 – Autogefühl



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28 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Peugeot 3008 GT-Line FULL REVIEW 165hp petrol test 2018 – Autogefühl”

  1. 9:26 It looks like the legroom for the right leg is really crammed. Please always mention legroom for the driver! Most modern cars really have gigantic center consoles at the cost of driver legroom.
    Reviews often say "it's ok", but after three hours of your knee touching the plastic, it gets really uncomfortable!

  2. Hi Thomas, this is Carlos from Brazil. In first place I'd like to congratulate for your job, I really like to watch your reviews. What I'd like to ask you whose driven both vehicles is, once both divide the same platform (and have the same measures but the length), is possible to put the second row of the 5008 (the three independente seats) in the back of 3008? Both is almost the same cars with so few diferences I think it would be possible, I even don’t understand why Peugeot didn’t use the same seats in both vehicles and why use those roof rails instead the floating roof racks, that complete the SUV style! Thank you so much!

  3. Absolutely love my 3008 GTLine 1.6 petrol. Have full option package. Everything is intuitive and takes a couple of trips to get to know it. Comfortable around town and relaxing on a long drive. Very well built,solid feel,nice materials used,as good as the German stuff and cheaper to buy with more equipment as standard.

  4. Congratulations on your in-depth and thorough critique of this car. A very good, succinct, easy to listen to, review. Having watched three reviews previously, and got fed up with the salesman waffle, and people who just love the sound of their own voices, your video was a refreshing change. Unfortunately, I now have to go and sell my soul, in order to buy one!!

  5. Pity we can’t get these in the USA. The style is different and would be eye catching amongst all the cookie cutter repeat recycle rebadge cuvs we currently have. Much better looking than Nissan Rogues or Traxes

  6. I know it's only a minor thing, but I personally think the left and right indicator sound should be similar on all cars. Because it is slightly intrusive, it means drivers would not forget to cancel it on those occasions when the indicators don't cancel automatically. I also noticed the orange blind spot LED (in the outside mirrors) worked very well when cars were overtaking Thomas. Perhaps he won't like me saying this, but I think that French car makers are generally the best when it comes to car styling and designing. Though you would go German for build quality. So either the French need to improve their build quality, or the Germans need to find much bolder designers. Meanwhile I'm afraid the Italians seem to need both!!!

  7. I've decided that this will be my next car – probably at Easter next year (2019). I was already pretty much convinced but this great video has clinched it for me. I do have a question though for anyone out there who owns one of these. At 03:41 we see the underside of the boot floor, i.e. the spare wheel but can anyone tell me what is the thing at the front of that area lying across the tyre of the spare wheel? I thought at first it was a retracting luggage area cover like I have in my 307SW but this car clearly has the stupid piece of thick cardboard for a parcel shelf which in my opinion is a step back. My old ex-works Fiesta had one in 1986! For such an advanced overall design, you would have thought Peugeot could have used a proper retractable cover.

  8. Peugeot 3008 or Skoda Karoq? Which car is more ideal for family SUV based on the economy and technology? petrol or diesel? I am doing 40-45 km daily.

  9. Very good car. Is it possible to turn off the central screen while driving ? Does it (central screen) have an automatic brightness adjustment for driving at night (night mode) ? thx

  10. Hmm well I tried it, it was a good car, but I felt it was a bit nervous both in the steering and breaking, also it was a bit jumpy when driving in the highway. I just orded the Mazda CX-5 2.5 194 HP. You know what Mazda has that Peugeot has not? Heated steering wheel and HUD display 🙂

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